Da'mari Scott is pleased with how his senior season has started and now he hopes more college coaches take notice.
The Los Angeles (Calif.) Cathedral three-star receiver had three touchdown receptions in the season opener and then his team pounded Wilmington (Calif.) Banning, 61-12, Thursday night to remain undefeated.
"I am happy with how I played last week," Scott said. "I had three touchdowns and we were passing a lot so I was really happy with that."
One of the big reasons why Los Angeles Cathedral has started so well is because four-star quarterback Hayden Rettig is back in action after missing almost all of last season with a knee injury.
In the blowout win on Thursday night, the LSU commit threw six touchdown passes. Although none of them were to Scott, the three-star prospect said the Cathedral offense is running so much smoother.
"It's really comfortable," Scott said. "I don't have to worry about anything with him other than getting open and the ball will be there."
So far, the 6-foot, 190-pound prospect has landed offers from Boston College, Colorado State, Fresno State, Nevada and San Diego State.
After two weeks, Scott said he hasn't heard from any new programs but he's hopeful if he continues to play well and Cathedral keeps winning games that more teams will take notice.
"I haven't heard from any new schools," Scott said. "No new schools have come in yet. I'm just trying to make as many plays as I can."